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're happy, too. >> you're papa bear. we come back and nancy's here. and papa bear is here. we come home to papa bear. and he just smacks us around a little bit. but we like it. because we love him. >> it is... i'm telling you, we could have a hell of a picnic. do you remember... we used to have these stupid little going away parties like every six months. the correspondents were all so talented. they'd be over six months and hollywood would be like thank you. and we'd have these dopey going away parties at that little bar over on 11th avenue and they're like a mare yaw chi band and we would all talk about how much we love each other and then i was telling these guys, i feel like the lame seventh grade teacher and like they all come back, and i'm like, so you're working at the white house now? yeah, no, it's cool. i'm teaching a separate piece. >> no, i mean, this is like coming home. it really is. and i think everybody feels that way. and i've worked with ed helms. i just worked with rob corddry and i saw mo rocca last night. we all feel the same way. we have great affection. jon yawn t
an equally hard sales job now that he's trying to go for the papa bear deal. the biggest of the three options roughly $4 trillion over ten years. it's the president's view that there will be never be a deadline like this. that there will never be the political will like this. white house doing their homework. there's an emp tus. what's happening behind the scenes the two bosses speaker boehner and president obama have said let's do this. their thought bubble we know they think it's in each of their political interests to get it done. now the staff today, tomorrow are trying to work out the details so that the bosses can get back together again on sunday to work it out. the vibe i get from both ends of pennsylvania avenue is they're hopeful not necessarily optimistic. >> speaker pelosi of course was in with the ppt and vice president this morning. we're expecting to hear from her momentarily. everything's set for her news conference. you can see the live picture of the house gallery. we'll bring that to you when she comes in. mike, the terms of the back story here, there's a lot of anger. cant
back, package that speaker boehner is now proposing is more likely because the big ticket deal, papa bear deal to tie the corporate tax reform, reinstruction of the draft code, entitlement is not possible after a phone call with speaker boehner and president obama at camp david last night. senator mcconnell seemed to indicate that there is a back door plan if it's not reached. the deal is not reached. he wouldn't get in details there. the bottom line is we get the sense that the debt creeling is going to be increase -- debt ceiling is going to be increased and that the republicans are going to push it as far as they can to get as much as they can. >> shannon: you had a democratic voice in this. congressman becerra joined you as well. >> xavier becerra, the vice chair of the democratic caucus, sounded like when it sounded like relief, that the entitlement is not a big part of the package going forward. there is an outrage, uproar from the democratic caucus on friday when it was leaked that thous was talking about the social security. we went in to a little bit of the weeds on social s
from the papa bear deal to restructuring tax reform and lowering the corporate tax rates and closing tax loopholes and touching entitlements, social security, medicare and medicaid. there was a phone call between the speaker and president obama who is at camp david or was, and he essentially said it's not going to happen and the republicans say, it's because administration got scared from the democrats up in arms about talk of putting social security on the table and medicare cuts and then, the white house says that's a lie, and it was all about taxes, and so, we are where we are, and we'll see what they can do at 6 p.m. tonight at the white house. >> dave: and bret, this is all about perception of course as we lead town 2012 and looks like as you just mentioned the president is going to be able to position the republicans as the one that walked away from this thing. was he still willing to put social security medicare and medicaid on the table? >> i mean, that's what they're saying. the white house is saying. but you know, i'd be interested to hear what senator mcconnell has to say
papa of the country. that's the weather around the nation. all of that weather was brought to you by kellogg's special k products. george? >> thank you, sam. >>> now, to that vicious bear attack in alaska. several teenagers were on a wilderness course on sunday night, crossing a river, when they ran across a momma bear and her cub. ababs abbie boudreau joins us from anchorage with the story. good morning abbie. >> reporter: good morning, george. the students were on the first day of their trip. it was the first day they were without an instructor. four teenagers are hospitalized after coming face-to-face with a grizzly. what began as a hike through alaska's back country, ended in a fight for survival. 7 students more than 100 miles north of anchorage, alaska lined up single-file, to cross a river. only to face a grizzly bear protecting her cub. >> as they were doing the crossing, they heard from the front of the line, somebody screamed that there there was a bear. and that's when the mauling started. >> reporter: afraid for their lives, they began to run and
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